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Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling

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Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling

Time: October 13, 2016 to October 14, 2016
Location: Toronto, Canada
Street: 246 Bloor Street W
City/Town: Toronto
Website or Map: http://statisticalhorizons.co…
Phone: 610 642 1941
Event Type: seminar
Organized By: Statistical Horizons LLC
Latest Activity: Aug 5, 2016

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Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) is a statistical methodology that is widely used by researchers in the social, behavioral and educational sciences.  First introduced in the 1970s, SEM is a marriage of psychometrics and econometrics. On the psychometric side, SEM allows for latent variables with multiple indicators. On the econometric side, SEM allows for multiple equations, possibly with feedback loops. In today’s SEM software, the models are so general that they encompass most of the statistical methods that are currently used in the social and behavioral sciences.

Here Are a Few Things You Can Do With Structural Equation Modeling

  • Test complex causal theories with multiple pathways.
  • Estimate simultaneous equations with reciprocal effects.
  • Incorporate latent variables with multiple indicators.
  • Investigate mediation and moderation in a systematic way.
  • Handle missing data by maximum likelihood (better than
    multiple imputation).
  • Analyze longitudinal data.
  • Estimate fixed and random effects models in a comprehensive framework.
  • Adjust for measurement error in predictor variables.

Because SEM is such a complex and wide-ranging methodology, learning how to use it can take a substantial investment of time and effort. Now, you have the opportunity to learn the basics of SEM from a master teacher, Professor Paul D. Allison, in just two days.

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